What was designed to be a two-part series on safety and cleanliness violations at L.A. County's 20,000 restaurants on Nov. 16 and 17 has turned into a monster for KCBS news in both ratings and…
CBS has virtually locked up the November sweeps households crown with a huge Sunday win from the "Hallmark Hall of Fame" telefilm "What the Deaf Man Heard."
The European Commission announced Monday that it will investigate the deal between several TV companies, including BSkyB, CBS Overseas, RTL and CLT, related to the collection and broadcasting of…
Submissions for the fourth annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, presented to actors by their peers for best performances in film and television, must be in by Dec. 3 at 5 p.m., guild officers announced.
Broadcasters, TV-set makers and kidvid advocates told the Federal Communications Commission Monday how the V-chip should work.
Cable's Lifetime channel is launching the first network whose format centers primarily around contemporary made-for-TV movies: the Lifetime Movie Network (LMN), skedded for a September 1998 launch.
NBC has ordered additional episodes of its 8:30 p.m. sitcoms "Fired Up" and "Union Square."
Sander Schwartz, the Columbia TriStar TV exec who raised the studio's children's programming wing from infancy to its present stage as a precocious toddler, has been promoted to executive VP and…
The race is on among daytime talkshows for attention-grabbing guests during the upcoming November sweeps. Oprah Winfrey has bagged a Beatle --- Paul McCartney is set to do an hour with the reigning…
It's finally official: John Kricfalusi, the quirky creator of Nickelodeon's "The Ren & Stimpy Show" who had a falling out with that network early in the show's run, will be back on the air with his…
Geraldo Rivera today is expected to announce plans to stay at NBC in a new multiyear deal. Rivera, host of CNBC's "Rivera Live," last week had accepted an offer from News Corp. to anchor news and…